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The device was not bricked. After a few hours I held down the power button again, and the frozen screen was replaced by the "no battery" screen. After charging, the device is back to normal. I caution users of this particular device not to use apps that try to force the systemwide screen orientation. It was lucky that the battery was nearly empty when this ...


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If you installed/flashed from your SD card, try to use a new one with your stock ROM in zip form(including stock recovery). Or try a riskier method and try to use Odin3 but you need to prep all files before the screen turns on again, but make sure you have the right files(NOTE: you will have between 15-25 seconds to do this).


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It turned out that the drivers which were installed on my Windows machine were not good enough for flashing. They were OK for normal connection when the phone was working. I found the correct drivers on the GSM USB DRIVER site. I installed the VCOM version by going into Device Manager, clicking on the computer (upper-most entry) and selecting Action -> ...


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I got the update (with system.img) from the Google site. The problem is fixed now - so much time wasted. First I wrote an update.zip file that formatted the system partition (to fix the corruption) & write out the files in system.img. That seemed to work, but my tablet would only boot to Recovery. I suspect the formatting - perhaps a boot flag was ...


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I have almost the identical problem on a Rook phone from EE, which I understand is a carrier-rebranded ZTE Blade III A410. I found this post by jbdubbs which might offer a fix, but I haven't tried it yet. Quote: When booting to fastboot with any sort of USB plugged in, your buttons on the side may not respond. In this case, pull the cable and hold down ...



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